Moving Towards Zero

In a bid to tackle the climate change crisis, the UK plans to achieve net zero by 2050.  By using more sustainable materials like organic cotton and recycled polyester, shifting to renewable energy, investing in research and development, and encouraging our partners to do the same, we can take steps to reduce our carbon footprint.

A tree growing through a concrete stairwell
Row of brightly coloured garments

Environmentally minded products and packaging

We offer the choice of sustainable materials in the creation of your garments, such as organic and recycled cotton and polyester, which saves water and cuts CO2 emissions when compared to using virgin fabrics. Another way we can be kind to our planet is by giving you the option to have your products perfectly packaged in plastic-free, recycled and/or recyclable materials.

Garment and Yarn Recycling

We all have a part to play in making the world a greener, cleaner place to live. Textile recycling is an industry, and Mattu Brands decided to join the party with the opening of a fibre regeneration plant in Egypt. Here, we collect factory waste, consolidate it and turn some into fibre and some into yarn, which we export or buy back. This recycling and tracing of pre- and post-consumer textile waste is a USP we intend to roll out globally.

Layers of blue fabric